It Came from Somewhere Else
Howard Hassler's alien invasion film It Came From Somewhere Else concerns the effects of an alien invasion on the small Canadian border town of Grand Bosh. The befuddled sheriff is hardly able to function when confronted with citizens bursting into flame and body parts growing in farmers' fields. A group of high-school students believe they can save the town, but they can't even comprehend the force they are facing.
- Stars:William Vanarsdale, Don Aldrich, Robert Buckley, Allen M. Johnson, Richard Speeter, George Carlson, Paul Zdechlik, Jane Rudowski, Terry Royalty, Larry Sutin, Mike McDonough, Joseph Hautman, Robert L. Speeter, John Bruhn, Jerry Trigg,
- Director:Howard Hassler,
- Writer:Patrick V. Johnson (screenplay)
Kung fu aliens from space have invaded the small town of Grand Bosh, accompanied by a surge of spontaneous human combustion and other mysterious phenomena in this awkward spoof of 50s sci-fi. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It Came from Somewhere Else torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Wow. I only wish I could have seen this in person. But the way it's captured here... It as close as it can be without being there
(de) wrote: muy intensa, fuerte, sensual y decadente. no apta para almas frgiles. hay un brasil profundo, travesti, artista y pobre, que muestra ya en esos aos 30 la punta de su lanza.
(gb) wrote: From the SNK Fatal Fury game and even if you are not a fan of the game but you like anime you should check this one out.
(es) wrote: The idea of believing your spouse is dead and getting remarried just before they resurface definitely presents quite a quandary. I wasn't quite sure how it would be hashed out, but they pulled it off with great success and the results were downright hysterical! And although there was a great deal of comedy, proper emotion was inserted as well. Doris Day and James Garner worked very well together and it definitely brought to mind the screwball comedies of the 30's & 40s. In fact, this is a remake of a film called "My Favorite Wife" starring Cary Grant and Irene Dunn, released in 1940, but personally I prefer this version slightly. Hey, it even includes a cameo by Don Knotts. Who could ask for more?
(ag) wrote: Was OK. Guy reminded me a bit of a young Seth Rogan.
(kr) wrote: Utterly unconvincing, not funny and as saccharine as they come.
(fr) wrote: Couldn't stand to watch...disturbing
(gb) wrote: good fun action film